shrug-l: TeleAtlas Data

Jim Robeson jim at
Thu Mar 19 20:16:49 EDT 2009

Navteq data is generally better data.





James M. Robeson

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[mailto:shrug-l-bounces at] On Behalf Of Yasar Korkmaz
Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2009 7:02 PM
To: shrug-l at
Subject: shrug-l: TeleAtlas Data


I was wondering if anybody was using TeleAtlas streets data for geocoding? I
would be interested in hearing their reasons for their preference of
TeleAtlas over Navteq. More specifically I am trying to get an idea about
how they align with the Census TIGER roads and other base layers such as
counties, city boundaries, shorelines, water bodies etc. shapefiles? I have
Navteq data and I can see what kind of misalignment issues could there be.
Would the TeleAtlas data be almost identical to Navteq? 




Yasar Korkmaz

GIS Manager

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